Proper practice

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Proper practice

Postby fax6202 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:57 am

Through Bad grammer, i have learned each note very well, at least the ones that matter in the field (honks, clucks, moan, murmurs, quick-spit, spit-notes, hiccup, etc.).

What I am trying to do now and am having a bit of difficulty is putting all these notes together, building a proper sequence. I have a good idea on when to use what; but need a little guidance on how to practice sequence and stringing notes together.

Should I just listen to them through cd's/videos etc. and try to mimick or is there a practice system I can use to build up to that point.
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Re: Proper practice

Postby Bull Can » Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:57 am

Building a sequence is one of the things that makes you unique as a caller. For the most part, everyone has their own unique cadence. Mines goes a little something like this: cluck cluck double-cluck spit cluck. You can make it up just randomly! Start by a few not sequences and just keep repeating them. Now for me, my sequence just comes out naturally.
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